Category Archives: Young Adult Fiction

Alligiant Didn’t Convince Me

Before I go any further I have to admit that I read Allegiant at least one month before writing this review.  Since I read it on my Kindle I kept forgetting to write a review.  There is no way I am … Continue reading

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Insurgent is an Improvement

When I read Veronica Roth’s Divergent I was not overly impressed by several elements of her story.  I didn’t care for the tattooing, the over abundance of kissing, or the drunkenness portrayed in the story.  The plot itself was good … Continue reading

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A Kiss in Time

This modern-day remake of Sleeping Beauty has its moments.  A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn is written for young adults.  It’s another book I borrowed from my daughter’s library pile.  It’s basically Sleeping Beauty, but instead of a prince … Continue reading

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Ambivalent About Divergent

This review is hard for me to write in many ways because I am a huge fan of Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games series.  I think that the whole Hunger Games saga is some of the best and most compelling young … Continue reading

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